Rock Legend Meatloaf Says Progressive Activist Greta Thunberg Is 'Brainwashed'

 

It is a question that has vexed the minds of millions across the world for decades. A mystery on par with the identity of Jack the Ripper or the truth behind the JFK assassination. But now, we might finally have an answer to the age-old question, “What would Meatloaf NOT do for love?” 

And yes, I’m talking about the rock singer, not what the media reported on Trump’s dinner choices when the U.S. killed Qassem Soleimani in Iraq. But I digress.

In 1993, the Meatloaf boggled the nation’s collective consciousness when he declared that he “would do anything for love,” but he wouldn’t do “that.” Numerous experts in rockology attempted to decipher the song’s meaning but to no avail. But things have changed. 

Now, we know what “that,” is. Apparently, it means he will not contribute to the hysteria over climate change for love, or anything else. In fact, in a recent interview with The Daily Mail, Meatloaf had some criticism — and sympathy — for Greta Thunberg, the 17-year-old activist on whom the world’s climate change alarmists have placed their deepest hopes. 

During the interview, the singer reflected on his career and sexual prowess. I’ll spare you the details on the latter. The conversation later turned to climate change and Thunberg’s activism. “I feel for that Greta. She has been brainwashed into thinking that there is climate change and there isn’t,” he said. “She hasn’t done anything wrong but she’s been forced into thinking that what she is saying is true.” 

Thunberg has been the progressive left’s most prominent champion pushing for more government policies designed to curb the supposed threat of widespread annihilation when the sun explodes and instantly vaporizes everyone on earth in a gargantuan ball of fire in 12 years. But her accusatory tone and age have caused many to ignore her. Essentially, she is the David Hogg of the Green New Deal crowd. 

Meatloaf, one of the most successful rock singers in the history of the genre, is a registered Republican who has worked on multiple GOP presidential campaigns. In 2012, he revealed that two TV shows had banned him due to his political views. Nevertheless, it appears he is still not afraid to make his opinions known. 

 

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